Niche Charity Fundraising Start-up CharityKick Joins Wahooly

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CharityKick, one of the newest website geared towards raising funds for a good cause, has joined with Wahooly to create a new way for users to talk about this venture. Wahooly allows social media fans and users to earn points by talking about and sharing info on their favorite start-ups, who in return offer rewards and the opportunity to be an integral part of the new business idea.

Currently, CharityKick has two active campaigns on Wahooly, four different rewards people can redeem and plenty of info about their business goals. Users simply sign up on Wahooly to directly Tweet and post about their impressions on companies, earning them the right to enter giveaways, redeem prizes and potentially earn a "piece of the pie".

“Teaming up with Wahooly has been an exciting step in the right direction,” said Greg Fournier, founder of CharityKick. “We are thrilled to collaborate with a website created to support flourishing start-ups like us through social media and direct contact with potential users and influencers.”

Earn your piece of CharityKick on Wahooly!

About CharityKick
CharityKick is a new platform designed to help people engage in doing good through unique and creative dares. The site enables users to dare celebrities, colleagues, friends, and family while ensuring the proceedings go to a respectable cause. This can be accomplished by hyping dares on social media while creating real and fun fundraising challenges for charity. CharityKick aims to engage as many non-givers as possible and attract the masses through social networking and turning viral celebrity stunts into charitable fundraising events. The nomination system of the dare allows givers, or anyone who wants to have fun, to “invite” the person of their choice to realize the stunt of their choice for good. The possibilities are endless and will continue to expand as CharityKick gains momentum and pulls off successful challenges for charity.

About Wahooly
Wahooly aims to let users exercise their social influence by giving start-ups a head start. As various businesses are invited as Wahooly partners, users are able to choose switch they want to sponsor and use their Facebook, Twitter and more to gain points for talking about the start-up. New businesses are unique, driven and target internet-savvy individuals looking to help and support entrepreneurial endeavors.

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